Rio Olympics Wirral's Sam Quek confident ahead of GB hockey final
Team GB’s hockey players show off their gold medals.
Great Britain’s women hockey team have won their first Olympic gold after beating the Netherlands in a penalty shootout. The final finished in normal time after the British keeper, Maddie Hinch.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge laughs as she talks to David Faulkner (performance director of GB hockey) at the Riverside Arena in the Olympic Park on March 2012 in London.
Great Britain players celebrate after Hollie Webb’s decisive penalty.
Great Britain's Sam Quek reacts after winning the hockey gold medal match at the Rio Olympics in 2016
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI IN RIO: A lot of sweat, a lot of blood but no tears. Britain overcame the loss of two players to facial injuries to beat New Zealand and reach their first Olympic final.